TEAM BUILDING DESTINATIONS IN CAMBODIA

Ankor Wat

Angkor Wat is the an upcoming MICE and team building destination par excellence. Ankor Wat is a UNESCO protected archeological site that attracts thousands of tourists every day and many corporate groups have just recently discovered Siem Reap as a getaway for their next meeting or corporate outing.

The millennia old temples serve as a stunning backdrop for an adernaline indulging Amazing Race or a  more brain teasing scavenger hunt. Teams discover this historical site while traveling in tuk-tuks, mini-vans or on mountain bike while at the same time improve their team spirit and motivation.

More information about Team Building in Siem Reap / Angkor Wat.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is Cambodia's capital and an aspiring MICE and team building destination.

 

Phnom Penh has not received the same attention as Phnom Penh yet is developing fast and establishes itself as the intellectual and business capital of Cambodia.

MICE groups may discover this bustling Asian city with a treasure hunt or an Amazing Race, while management or HR development in Phom Penh may go for our learning and development workshops, which are geared towards developing team culture in organizations.

More information about team building in Phnom Penh

Siem Reap

Siem Reap is the getaway to Angkor Wat and a bustling small town full of energy and enthusiasm. It is the richest province in Cambodia thanks the the tourism magnet of Angkor Wat. 

Yet traveling just a few kilometers outside the city, one will find abandoned villages, with limited water or road access. Corporate groups that travel to Siem Reap are encouraged to participate in our CSR team building activities, that provide your delegates a meaningful experience working hand in hand with locals while supporting the underprivileged rural families.

When it comes to select Siem Reap as your next team building destination, the big advantage is its uncongested roads, its airport just a few minutes away from downtown with a excellent connectivity to other South-East Asian cities.